Tears again.

I don't know why math was that one subject that turned to tears for us... 

I knew though I wasn't alone.  I had met many moms just like me...

I concluded that maybe math was just a playground for discipline...  

But then there was THAT mom with kids joyfully exploring math through rods.

It was then I knew I was missing something. 

I dived deep for a better way to teach math....

And I found Gattegno and masses of free material and textbooks.  

Better yet, I found a humane way to teach...

to restore the joy of learning...

to restore my bond with my children...

and to find a love for math. 

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Free yourself and child from the anxiety of timelines and learn to facilitate math discovery thru stories, simple tasks and
math journaling. 

Step 1


Stories and Cuisenaire Rods

Step 2


Task Cards and Story Mats

Step 3


Math Journaling

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About the Author

As a single mom homeschooling four children, running a business and managing a homestead, it can get a bit crazy.  It requires me to look for the most efficient ways to help my children learn and grow. 

While keeping Christ at the center of it all, you will find me that sincere friend giving you real tools that make a real impact in the least amount of time.  It's an efficient style of learning and teaching that doesn't sacrifice depth.

Product Testimonials 

John Doe UI/UX Designer

This has made Gattengo's teaching so much easier for me! I feel as though it's all been handed to me on a plate, laid out wonderfully. The kids love it. I like how they can work through some of the task cards on their own too. I used the printer friendly version and printed it all in black and white. It still looks great. Thanks for this amazing resource!               TPT Buyer Review

John Doe UI/UX Designer

Great activity. My kinder class had a lot of fun with it, and it wasn't too hard. A great way for them to start learning about the relationships in rod length.  TPT Buyer Review

John Doe UI/UX Designer

These are great for guided exploration of Cuisenaire Rods!!! Thanks!       TPT Buyer Review

John Doe UI/UX Designer

I LOVE THESE. I need more cuisenaire activities and these are awesome. Keep them coming, we want more.      TPT Buyer Review

John Doe UI/UX Designer

This is a wonderful series of activities for introducing Cuisenaire Rods. It really enables exploration and discussion. Thank you.   

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